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Hill Session again.
Birky - you're gonna turn into a hill!
8.7 miles - Easy. Nice run watching the sun rise over the hills and enjoying the early morning birdsong. Puuurfec
4 miles, steady. Stiff hill in the middle. It was gloriously sunny and enjoyable though!
Morning 4.5M Steady in smiry (drizzly) rain. Okay session.
My last run with the club before my first marathon in 50hours time.
Absolutely bricking it now.
Redjeep - good luck for the weekend my friend!
3 miles last night, jogged with Mrs D
Have a top weekends running all. Parkrun for me again tmorrow me thinks.
Redjeep- all the best
8 miles easy for me this morning. Pushed for time as I'm organising my daughter's 5th birthday party for tomorrow. It was beautifully warm but I found the heat hard going after such a long winter of crappy running conditions.
5.2 miles in my dinner hour - frightened a walker into fits as I cheerily called out 'excuse me' as I came up behind her and her partner on the footpath - not sure what else I could have done to avoid it though
Couldn't agree more Nessie73 - not used to this sunshine malarkey and don't like it for running anyway - much prefer a light drizzle me.
8 mile steady run this evening.
Hello, hello! I'm still here and still streaking, tho' I've found it hard to find time to post during a hectic bout of teacher's stuff
Mostly five-milers last week around the coastal park & my beloved beach. A 1.1 mile streaksaver last night - and chicken dopiaza as a reward for the week!
Take care & run strong
Six mile steady run this morning.
4m recovery run. Boring but necessary following last week's endeavors
Bristol 10K this morning. Not done much recently mostly down to a new job but also down to laziness. The 10K hurt a bit but I still clocked a respectable time. Perhaps with a little effort I might break the magic 50 minute barrier next time.
First marathon done and dusted.
3 hrs 54 mins. Probably started a bit too fast and paid for it from mile 18 onwards when I really had to force myself to keep running.
However no serious problems, no pain now, no chafing and nothing fell off.
Monday means Hills !
11 miles along the (finally snow free) trail - too hot for my taste and a burned face today to show for my pains (does sweat make you burn easier?) but a decent time for me
Well done on your marathon Redjeep! Great time. If you can manage to force yourself to keep running for 8.1 miles then I reckon you've got it cracked!
Nice one Redjeep and a great time
Me- like Birkie, hills. 9 reps. Pretty hard but that's the point
Oops, sorry - 'manage to force yourself to keep running for 8.2 miles'..... (you can tell I only do halfs.....)
Redjeep - Congrats man, great feeling to finish one eh?
Another 4 mile recovery run, in the sun.
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